i want to know that for newly construction of HOMEBUILT Aircraft, how i can test that the structure is okay and i can fly in air without any accident?
My friend Dave with his amazing Gere Sport. This aircraft is very special because of the back story of how his father acquired the plan and many years later they built it together true to the original materials and methods. It has been flying for 15 years now.For example, if I had my druthers, I'd love to build a little biplane called the Gere Sport Biplane, a 1930's tube and rag plane. However, I want to use aluminium tubing instead of steel to make the airframe in a similar way to the Morgan types. I'd also make the wing spars from aluminium. Obviously, such a step away from the original would require testing and the input of experienced builders of aluminium airframe aircraft.
my own effort for builtup new design i.may be a copy of one tested HOMEBUILT Aircraft.Hi Davidnane,
Is this homebuilt your own design or is it one that has been built before?
If you have to ask those questions on an internet forum you may indeed be in for trouble. Since we know nothing of your project or skills it is impossible to give advice, please be safe.my own effort for builtup new design i.may be a copy of one tested HOMEBUILT Aircraft.
i am in trouble that how i can verify it structure that its OK. and secure that i can fly and come back with safe landing.